Personal beliefs about illness questionnaire-revised (PBIQ-R): reliability and validation in a first episode sample.

@article{Birchwood2012PersonalBA,
  title={Personal beliefs about illness questionnaire-revised (PBIQ-R): reliability and validation in a first episode sample.},
  author={Max Birchwood and Chris W. Jackson and Kat Brunet and Judith M Holden and Karen Barton},
  journal={The British journal of clinical psychology},
  year={2012},
  volume={51 4},
  pages={448-58}
}
OBJECTIVE To further develop the Personal Beliefs about Illness Questionnaire (PBIQ), which reflects current constructs of social rank theory in relation to people experiencing psychosis. METHOD Drawing on extensive clinical and research experience and after consultation with other mental health professionals and service users, 17 new items were added to 12 from the original 16 PBIQ questions. These made up five theoretical constructs (entrapment, loss, social marginalization, shame, and… CONTINUE READING
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